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The DIY Calculator Hardware Project consists of several sub projects:

  1. Creating the real hardware: a printed circuit board (PCB) with the processing chips, an LCD module, switches, and connectivity to a host computer
  2. Implementing the DIY Calculator FPGA together with supporting functional blocks within a programmable logic chip (a so-called "Field Programmable Gate Array" - FPGA).
  3. Writing the firmware running on the hardware, including a ROM monitor
  4. Adding a software tool for communicating with the hardware (e.g. uploading user programs)

On the projects pages you will find information about the progress of the project as well as technical details.

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